2 brothers found dead in Nairobi forest
07 December 2015, 16:25
Nairobi - 2 brothers have been found dead at the Ngong Forest in Nairobi a case in which their family believes the Police were involved.
The two, Eric Kamau and his younger brother Sammy Njenga were apparently taken away by 4 men they described as Police Friday night after they had supper.
It is understood that the four had handcuffs on them and that they took off with the two brothers.
The family though, were notified the next day that the two had been found dead at the Ngong Forest with several stab wounds on their bodies.
They were found dead in the Forest's Mathare area.
" They were taken away by Police. I am sure about that. They had handcuffs and we knew we would find them at the station the next day only to be told that they were dead," their mother Jane Wangui Ng'ang'a told News24.
On contacting Nairobi Police boss Japheth Koome, his office said he was not aware of the matter.
According to friends of the brothers, they had been warned of death by Police.
" They had been warned in advance that they would be killed. We did not know that they would be serious," a friend Jamlick Kuria said.
Their bodies have been taken to the City Mortuary.
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